Beauforest Annual Lecture on British Art
Ian Hamilton Finlay: Poet, Artist and Gardener of Little Sparta
With Prof Stephen Bann, Emeritus Professor of Art History and Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol
Saturday 28 November, 11am‒12pm, Lecture Theatre
Scottish artist, Ian Hamilton Finlay was best known for his poetic garden 'Little Sparta' in the Pentland Hills. Prof Stephen Bann, a friend of Finlay's since 1964, has recently published his correspondence with the artist and will discuss their relationship in this illuminating talk.
Tickets £5/£4 concessions. Booking is essential. Click here to book online now.
OSJ Prom: Christmas Carols
Sunday 13 December, 7.30–9.30pm, Ashmolean Atrium
Festive cheer courtesy of the Ashmolean Voices choir in this seasonal edition of the OSJ Proms. Doors open at 6.30pm.
Booking is essential. Tickets: £25 chair, £10 cushion. Follow this link to book online now.
Late Night LiveFriday
Heroes and Villains
Friday 29 January, 7‒10.30pm
Are you a superhero or a supervillain? Find out at our special late night of action-packed adventure, exploring heroes and villains across cultures and through time. Blockbuster live performances, hands-on creative workshops, behind-the-scenes talks, and bars in the rooftop Dining Room and the Café. Discover your secret superpower at Oxford’s favourite cultural night out.
Entry to this event will be ticketed. A booking link will be posted closer to the event date.
How to book for Ashmolean events
Tickets can now be booked through ‘Tickets Oxford’ at the Oxford Playhouse.
There are 3 ways to book:
1. Online www.oxfordplayhouse.com/ticketsoxford
2. Phone Box Office: 01865 305 305
3. In person at the Box Office Box Office at the Oxford Playhouse, Beaumont Street, Oxford (directly opposite the Ashmolean)
Transaction fee: Tickets Oxford charge a small fee of 75p per transaction for charging events. There is no transaction fee for booking free events.
For further enquiries, please contact the Education Department on +44 (0)1865 278 015